Leading Veterinarian in Abilene Talks about Spaying and Neutering
The Animal Health and Medical Center in Abilene is one of the leading veterinary practices in the area. Dr. Allen Bolt is a highly trained and experienced veterinarian with expertise in a wide variety of areas, including spaying and neutering. He has performed many spay and neuter procedures with excellent results. The latest advances in veterinary medicine allow Dr. Bolt to perform these procedures with a minimum of discomfort for your pet. To learn more about the spay and neuter services we offer at our practice, read on.
The Importance of Spaying or Neutering Your Pet
For many years, veterinarians have been on the front lines when it comes to spreading the word about spaying and neutering. The importance of spaying or neutering your cat or dog cannot be overstated. The United States used to have a serious problem with stray cats and dogs before spaying and neutering became commonplace, and this problem still exists to a lesser extent. Spaying and neutering helps keep the populations of stray cats and dogs down to a manageable level. Also, fixing your animal often helps them become more docile, and saves them from potential problems with those body parts.
Spaying & Neutering Procedures
Spaying and neutering are surgical procedures. However, both spaying and neutering are considered to be outpatient procedures. This means that your pet will likely be able to go home the same day. Dr. Allen Bolt has performed many spay and neuter procedures on both puppies and kittens as well as adult animals, so he knows how to minimize the discomfort of the procedure for all types of pets. Your pet will feel a little discomfort for a brief time after the procedure, and will get some antibiotics to minimize the risk of infection.
Make an Appointment with Dr. Allen Bolt Today
Here at the Animal Health and Medical Center in Abilene, Dr. Allen Bolt can perform spay and neuter procedures or whatever else your pet needs to be in the best health possible. We pride ourselves not only on offering the highest standard of care possible, but also on treating all of our furry patients with kindness and respect. Feel free to contact us through our website or by giving us a call if you have any questions or need any more info. We can also help you make an appointment at a time that is convenient for you. Contact us at (325) 695-7140 today for your appointment.